MUSCAT, 03 December 2013 – Bank Muscat, the flagship financial services provider in the Sultanate, will mark a celebration today (Wednesday, 4 December) at the head office to pick RO 500,000 al Mazyona quarterly prize winners. H.E. Hamad bin Khamis Al Amri, Under-Secretary for Labour Affairs at the Ministry of Manpower, will preside as guest of honour at the event to be attended by dignitaries and senior bank officials.
Customers maintaining a minimum balance of RO 1000 for 3 months get a chance to win the big quarterly prize of RO 50,000 each. The longer the saving, higher the chances to win. In all, 10 customers covering all the governorates, including one asalah Priority Banking customer, will win the quarterly prize of RO 50,000 each in the 2013 al Mazyona savings scheme offering a prize basket of RO 7 million.
al Mazyona reaffirms the bank's vision and constant efforts to fulfill the aspirations and ambitions of the largest banking family in Oman. The flagship savings scheme has won the hearts of people and succeeded in linking to various issues benefitting society. The bank attaches great importance to inculcating prudent savings and spending habits and has tailored al Mazyona scheme with this objective in mind. The series of big prizes from Bank Muscat is the major attraction of al Mazyona which offers fair and transparent winning chances for all segments of customers.
As on date, al Mazyona scheme offers the biggest prize money in Oman and the region. Notably, the enhanced prize money is shared by more winners as customers from all governorates are guaranteed to win prizes ranging from RO 1000 a week, RO 50,000 every quarter to RO 100,000 at the end of the year. al Mazyona scheme reaches out to all individual segments with exclusive prizes earmarked for ladies, youth, children and high savings customers in all regions.
Over the years, al Mazyona has succeeded in inculcating a savings culture in Oman. The flexible scheme makes regular saving easier and is available across the largest network of 138 branches in Oman.